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About RAPS


The Regulatory Profession

The regulatory profession plays a vital role in making safe and effective healthcare products available worldwide. Regulatory professionals play integral roles through the healthcare product lifecycle—at every stage of the development, distribution, marketing and post market surveillance of drugs, medical devices, biotechnology products and other medical treatments. Increasingly, they are also engaged in critical business functions, including organizational and corporate strategy, health technology assessment and comparative effectiveness research, legal issues and government affairs.


DECISION-MAKERS WITH PURCHASING POWER:

75% of members play a key role in evaluating, recommending or authorizing purchases for their businesses.

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WHY RAPS?

  • RAPS offers a comprehensive, multi-media platform that allows you to reach regulatory professionals through a combination of advertising opportunities and custom solutions.

  • Access to more than 16,000 highly educated professionals—40% work at the director level or higher—with the majority in decision-making capacities.

  • We address real issues in the global regulatory environment. These include labeling and advertising, risk management, technology and compliance.

65% of RAPS members have a minimum of 6 years in the regulatory field.

Scope of Work: Product Types

>70% of respondents reported working for an organization involved with multiple product types

Respondents reported working with a raange of regulated healthcare and related products, with 56% working with medical devices and IVD's; 55% working with pharmaceuticals, 15% with biologics or biotechnology products and 14% with medical foods or nutritional products. More than 70% of respondents reported working for an organization involved with multipe types of products.



Why do 16,000 regulatory
professionals engage with RAPS?

RAPS is the ONLY organization to provide such a depth of services to support this role, including:
• professional standards
• publications
• research
• knowledge sharing
• networking
• career development opportunities
• Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC)

LOCATION OF WEBSITE VISTORS

*breakdown of 1,369,954 Regulatory Focus readers in 2014